I was rollweskating at the aye of like 5 or so ..and fell really hard and the rollerskate laned between my legs
and I started bleading...what could this have been? I now am having lots of female problems...Pain constantly and other thing...could this be the cause and what could I have damaged to be bleeding at that age??Please help
With such little information no valuable explanation can be given at this time. My best recomendation is to request any hospital records if you were seen, and take them to your current gynecologist/certified nurse midwife/nurse practitioner. The answer could be as simple as an abrasion to your perineal area to something much more serious with long standing consequences. Your best bet is to request those records and pursue this.
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